Margaret White has more than 12 years experience in the youth field. She is a warranted youth worker and has supported different young people such as those with disabilities, challenging behaviour, migrants and those who have been through trauma.
She has more than six years experience in creating projects; and writing and coordinating EU funded projects.
She is a full time youthworker with the Maltese National Youth Agency and is part of a programme that supports youth with challenging behaviour or intellectual difficulties. She is also a Freelance Freelance Trainer for Erasmus+ projects and member of a pool of trainers at International Experiential Learning Network.
Formal Education Background
She holds a first degree in Psychology and Master Degree in Youth & Community Studies with specialisation in inclusion. Warranted youth worker and warranted educator.
Non Formal Education Background
Training of trainers attended:
1. Bridges for Trianers, 2014, Germany
2. Training of Trainers, 2017, Istanbul
3. Youth work in 2020, 2020, Finland
1. Incontext - Family backgrounds and persons with disability, 2014, Malta
2. Mind it - Mental Health and Social Media, 2015, Malta
3. Communicating Art - Youth exchange about migration, 2018, Malta
4. Onboard - Creating board games about active citizenship, 2018, Malta
5. FEEL - Emotional Intelligence, 2019, Malta
6. PAUSE - Dealing with trauma, 2019, Malta
7. Activeopoly - Board games and democracy, 2019, Croatia
Creating and coordinating KA2 projects:
1. Autism Friendly Spaces - Adapting spaces to be Autism Friendly
2. Mosaic - Including migrants in the educational system
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